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Case study on Anna Bagenholms skiing accident where she survives after being sub

Case study on Anna Bagenholms skiing accident where she survives after being submerged in ice, recording lowest core body temperature.
Section 1: Case Background (10 pts)
• Sub-section 1 i.e. Rationale:
o Was a rationale provided? Did the paper consider why the case is important both to the author and to the broader field of human applied environmental physiology and if possible, society?
• Sub-section 2 i.e. Case Description
o Did the author adequately describe the case?
• Sub-section 3 i.e. Personal Characteristics
o Did the author adequately describe the participant characteristics – where available – including parameters such as height, age, weight, gender, training status, and consider how the case subject compares to the general population?
• Sub-section 4 i.e. Review of the environmental conditions
o Did the author describe the environmental conditions, including (if known) the temperature, relative humidity, and other important factors, perhaps including the WBGT, or altitude, or water temperature, and how these factors affect the heat balance equation?
Section 2: Physiology (10 pts)
• Did the author provide a detailed breakdown of the case study from a thermoregulatory perspective? Did they elaborate on key concepts such as the effects on the heat balance equation, thermoeffectors leading to heat loss or heat storage as related to the case, effects on deep body temperature, effects on cognitive function, effects on performance, clothing, etc.?
Section 3: Lessons learned (10 pts)
• Did the author reflect on the case study and consider what lessons were learned, both by the subject of the case report, and from a thermoregulatory perspective? Did they discuss other key concepts related to the case i.e. strategies to enhance/slow heat loss i.e. cooling or warming strategies, etc., and include evidence-based practical recommendations?
Section 4: References (4 pts)
• Did the author follow APA Links to an external site.guidelines for this section?
• Did the author follow appropriate guidelines for in-text citation i.e. one point should be deducted up to a maximum of five for grammar, punctuation and/or referencing errors.
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Discipline: performing in extremes

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W5: The Mixed Method Approach Discussion context: It is important to think about

W5: The Mixed Method Approach
Discussion context: It is important to think about the research approach you plan on using for your papers. Most students just default to what they have always done. But what they have always done is typically only one of many different approaches.
Discussion prompt: Explain the Mixed Methods Research approach, and discuss one advantage of the approach and one disadvantage of the approach. Why do you think this approach has gained in popularity?
Instructions: Utilize the lesson materials to provide support your initial response.
Your initial post must address at least two concepts from the lesson, be of sufficient length to address the discussion prompt sufficiently, and contain sufficient substance to be meaningful (a good guide is for it to be around 300 words), and it must include some type of direct attribution to the lesson material. To fully satisfy this requirement, your initial post should include at least one direct reference to the assigned reading and/or lesson material within the body of your initial post using a parenthetical reference (Author’s last name and date of publication, page #; e.g., Jordan 2020, 23)) and provide a complete citation for it at the bottom of your post.
Please respond to at least two other students. Peer responses must be of sufficient length to address the discussion prompt sufficiently and contain sufficient substance to be meaningful (a good guide is for it to be around 100 words), substantive (i.e., address the content of the post and the lesson material), and grounded in the lesson material and literature. A good way to ground your responses in the literature is to refer to the lesson material and/or assigned reading when mentioning a specific idea, concept, or term. You may challenge, support, or supplement another student’s answer using the terms, concepts, and theories from the required readings. Also, do not be afraid to respectfully disagree where you feel appropriate, as this should be part of your analysis process at this academic level.
Feel free to provide a response to my query, but it is not required for you to do so. You will, however, earn more points for responding to my query.
Forum posts are graded on timeliness, relevance, knowledge of the weekly readings, and the quality of original ideas. While proper APA is not required, attribution to sources that informed your posting should be included. Refer to the grading rubric for additional details concerning grading criteria.
Initial Post Due: Thursday, by 11:59 pm ET
Responses Due: Sunday, by 11:59 pm ET
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Discipline: HLSS300

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Many issues and problems continue to exist in the childcare arena. What is a maj

Many issues and problems continue to exist in the childcare arena. What is a major issue or problem you feel today impacts childcare? What do you see as being a solution or method towards a start to the solution?
You are to find two articles that deal with your chosen “issue or problem in childcare”. Write a 2-page paper (minimum), stating the issue, your position on this issue, and what innovations could possibly be the beginning of a solution. Be sure to include a title page and a reference page (the reference page as your concluding pages). The two articles are to support and give more information on the chosen “problem or issue in childcare”. Your references should be between the years 2015 to the present (2021). The paper and references should be APA style.
Please use Times New Roman, 12 point font, and double-space the paper. If you cite or quote any information within your paper, be sure to reference the cite within your paper – APA style.
For information on APA style, please look at The Purdue OWL: APA Style https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/section/2/10/

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The slides about John Dewey being against standardized testing please use some o

The slides about John Dewey being against standardized testing please use some of these articles by John Dewey “My pedagogic creed” , “Experience and education”, feel free to use other articles where he’s against Standardized testing. Thanks
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Discipline: Education Philosophy

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Licensing Rules & Behavior Assignment Overview Purpose: This assignment aims to

Licensing Rules & Behavior Assignment Overview
Purpose: This assignment aims to demonstrate an understanding of what North Carolina’s licensing rules advise about challenging behavior in children and how this should inform their personal practice with children.
Student Learning Outcome Addressed: The Student Learning Objective addressed by this assignment includes demonstrating an understanding of appropriate guidance strategies to promote positive and supportive interactions, including working with intensive behaviors.
NAEYC Professional Preparation Standards Addressed: This assignment addresses the following key elements of the NAEYC Standards for Professional Preparation: Standard 3d & Standard 6b-d.
Licensing Rules & Behavior Assignment Directions
Step 1: Read NC Licensing Rules – Behavior Management by NCDCDEE
Step 2: Read the Ethical Code of Conduct by NAEYC
Step 3: Read the following preschool classroom scenario:
Lucy and Amanda are playing in the block corner. They have built a “city” and are using toy cards to speed around in it. The Lead teacher supervises a group of children engaging in a messy play activity. Her back is to the block center.
The assistant teacher is at the classroom door, talking with the director. Her back is to the classroom. Brandi enters the block area and knocks down the city that Lucy and Amanda have built. Lucy and Amanda protest loudly. The Lead teacher doesn’t respond, and the Assistant teacher glances over her shoulder, saying, “I’ll be there in a minute.”
When the assistant teacher gets to the block area, she says, “Brandi, why did you knock this down? That was not nice at all.” Brandi starts to cry. The assistant teacher says, “Don’t cry; you aren’t a baby.” Then she grabs Brandi roughly by the upper arm and moves her to another center. She tells Brandi, “There is space for you here. You can play here for now.
Step 4: After reading the scenario above, answer the following reflection questions:
(a) What licensing violations do you note in this scenario? Provide specific references to the licensing rules.
(b) What ethical code of conduct violations do you see in this scenario? Provide specific references to Principles and Ideals from the Code of Ethical Conduct document.
(c) If you were this assistant teacher, what would you have done differently in this situation? Provide specific examples of how you would have handled the conflict between children.
(d) What would you talk about with the Assistant Teacher if you were the Lead Teacher after witnessing this scene?
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Discipline: Early Childhood

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Please keep in mind when answering the questions below that I am a 35-year-old I

Please keep in mind when answering the questions below that I am a 35-year-old Italian- American teaching in a kindergarten ICT class in an elementary school in a predominantly African American neighborhood/school in Brooklyn, NY.
Reflect on what you’ve learned.
What challenges do students with ASD typically face with repetitive language?
What impact do these challenges have on these students? How can you guide them through these challenges?
Post to the discussion board.
Name one strategy or practice that could be used with a school-aged child that could help decrease his/her repetitive use of language.
Discuss why you think the strategy could be helpful in a school setting.
How is the strategy that you chose different than one you would have expected or suggested prior to now? How has what you’ve learned so far influenced your approach to supporting students with ASD in this area?
Respond to at least one of your colleagues’ postings.
Your response should extend the discussion (i.e. ask a question, provide a similar experience, make a suggestion).
My colleague’s post:
shannon d.Fri Sep 23, 2022 at 11:16 am
Students with ASD can sometimes repeat phrases and utterances they hear immediately following or present with delayed echolalia. They repeat phrases and utterances that their parents say, they hear on TV shows or other phrases that are stimulating to them. They often use these words or phrases they are repeating in noncommunicative environments and don’t have any true understadning of the meaning of these utterances, or they are not related to the topic of discussion in which they are using them. Students on the spectrum sometimes use this language when they are unsure of what to use or how to communicate.
The challenges these students face by engaging in repetitive language limits them to engaging in meaningful conversation with peers, friedns, family and staff. It also poses challenges maintaining attention and focus if they’re so focused on the repetitive language they are using. If they’re constantly repeating it might make it diffiuclt to comprehend what others are saying as well as follow directions given to them.
To help these children we can work on modeling functional language for the child to use. We can also help the child find the right words to say. For example, if a child wants to play with something and we ask them, “Do you want to play with the play-doh?” and they simply repeat that phrase, we can assist them in coming up with an appropriate response. We can also be intentional and specific in the feedback we gve to children. Instead of saying “god job,” we can say something along the lines of “You’re doing such a nice job waiting in line.” Lastly, we should also keep in mind students’ various ways of communicating and attempt to understadn what they are saying and rephrase their utterances in a clarification type way.
Previously, before learnng or studying about Autism, I might have disregaded the child’s utterances, but I always try to make sense of them, or insert new words and phrases into their scripted phrases whenever appropriate. Trying to tak each utterance as something intentional creates new language and learning opportunities for these students.

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Licensing Rules & Behavior Assignment Overview Purpose: This assignment aims to

Licensing Rules & Behavior Assignment Overview
Purpose: This assignment aims to demonstrate an understanding of what North Carolina’s licensing rules advise about challenging behavior in children and how this should inform their personal practice with children.
Student Learning Outcome Addressed: The Student Learning Objective addressed by this assignment includes demonstrating an understanding of appropriate guidance strategies to promote positive and supportive interactions, including working with intensive behaviors.
NAEYC Professional Preparation Standards Addressed: This assignment addresses the following key elements of the NAEYC Standards for Professional Preparation: Standard 3d & Standard 6b-d.
Licensing Rules & Behavior Assignment Directions
Step 1: Read NC Licensing Rules – Behavior Management by NCDCDEE
Step 2: Read the Ethical Code of Conduct by NAEYC
Step 3: Read the following preschool classroom scenario:
Lucy and Amanda are playing in the block corner. They have built a “city” and are using toy cards to speed around in it. The Lead teacher supervises a group of children engaging in a messy play activity. Her back is to the block center.
The assistant teacher is at the classroom door, talking with the director. Her back is to the classroom. Brandi enters the block area and knocks down the city that Lucy and Amanda have built. Lucy and Amanda protest loudly. The Lead teacher doesn’t respond, and the Assistant teacher glances over her shoulder, saying, “I’ll be there in a minute.”
When the assistant teacher gets to the block area, she says, “Brandi, why did you knock this down? That was not nice at all.” Brandi starts to cry. The assistant teacher says, “Don’t cry; you aren’t a baby.” Then she grabs Brandi roughly by the upper arm and moves her to another center. She tells Brandi, “There is space for you here. You can play here for now.
Step 4: After reading the scenario above, answer the following reflection questions:
(a) What licensing violations do you note in this scenario? Provide specific references to the licensing rules.
(b) What ethical code of conduct violations do you see in this scenario? Provide specific references to Principles and Ideals from the Code of Ethical Conduct document.
(c) If you were this assistant teacher, what would you have done differently in this situation? Provide specific examples of how you would have handled the conflict between children.
(d) What would you talk about with the Assistant Teacher if you were the Lead Teacher after witnessing this scene?
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Discipline: Early Childhood

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Please keep in mind when answering the questions below that I am a 35-year-old I

Please keep in mind when answering the questions below that I am a 35-year-old Italian- American teaching in a kindergarten ICT class in an elementary school in a predominantly African American neighborhood/school in Brooklyn, NY.
Reflect on what you’ve learned.
As you prepare to build your first unit using the UDL framework, what potential difficulties do you expect to have?
What benefits do you hope to get from using UDL?
Post to the discussion board.
How can you use the principles of UDL to provide more options for Engagement, Representation, and Action & Expression in your classroom?
What impact (positive and/or negative) do you think focusing on these areas will have on how you teach and how your students learn?
Respond to at least one of your colleagues’ postings.
Your response should extend the discussion (i.e. ask a question, provide a similar experience, make a suggestion)
My colleague’s post: Brooke B.Wed Sep 28, 2022 at 2:17 pm
There are many principles of UDL that helped to provide more options for engagement, representation, and action. For example, having more student choice and including why the material is relevant. These techniques positively impact student learning because they are more interested in the material. When they are more engaged, students are more likely to complete the problems, ask questions when they are confused, and get involved in discussions. All these techniques create a lasting memory of the material for students.

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Please keep in mind when answering the questions below that I am a 35-year-old I

Please keep in mind when answering the questions below that I am a 35-year-old Italian- American teaching in a kindergarten ICT class in an elementary school in a predominantly African American neighborhood/school in Brooklyn, NY.
Reflect on what you’ve learned.
What role do content-specific, district, and/or national learning outcomes and standards play in how you currently plan lessons?
Post to the discussion board.
Describe how UDL might change your approach to designing instruction around specific learning outcomes and other standards.
How might these changes benefit your overall lesson design, as well as your ability to present and measure the identified outcomes and standards?
Respond to at least one of your colleagues’ postings.
Your response should extend the discussion (i.e. ask a question, provide a similar experience, make a suggestion).
My colleague’s post: Brooke B.Wed Sep 28, 2022 at 2:14 pm
The learning goals are fixed; however, we can plan our instruction around UDL principles. The learning targets set what we should learn. We can add the UDL principles into our lesson to help students learn the material. Ideas such as providing options for perception allow for students to better understand the learning target. Another UDL principle is increasing mastery-oriented feedback and developing self-assessment. These help to measure students’ understanding.

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Part a (500 words) : introduction about the child (Mohsen) according to assessme

Part a (500 words) : introduction about the child (Mohsen) according to assessment I will upload and write about this six things:
1.rhyme
2. Initial sound & final
3.syllables
4. Blending
5 segmenting
6. Deleting
Part b: write the Leeson plan in the templet
I will upload the assessment paper for the child (Mohsen) and see his level then Write a lesson plan
Lesson title: how to pronounce letters – (because the child (Mohsen) has difficulty the pronouncing (500 words )
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